The Pennsylvania House strongly supported a bill Monday to prohibit discriminatory abortions on unborn babies with Down syndrome. The legislation passed in a 139-56 vote and now moves to the state Senate for consideration, the AP reports. Under current Pennsylvania law, a woman can have an abortion prior to 24 weeks for any reason except sex selection.
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